Arts & Culture

Best friend is ready for more than a simple kiss goodnight

DEAR ABBY: "Roger" and I have been seeing each other for two years. (We are both 50.) He is very handsome. We go to movies, ride our bikes together, work out at the gym and attend other events. He calls me every night, sends emails during the day -- even calls me when he's on a break from work.

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Thursday Items of interest

HSU interim alumni director addresses group Henderson Alumni Lunch Bunch will meet at 11:30 a.m. Friday at Hot Springs Country Club. Paul Hankins, interim alumni coordinator, will bring David Sesser, the author of Henderson's 125th anniversary book entitled "The School with A Heart, Henderson State University at 125." He will discuss the book and provide other stories and anecdotes. Hankins will keep alumni updated on coming events and happenings on and off the campus.

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Glass Art

Now on display at Alison Parsons Gallery, 802 Central Ave., is fused and touch work glass art, "Art Makes a Home in Your Heart," by artist Lori Arnold. This piece is one of several glass sculptures framed under glass available at the gallery.

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Dinner theater

"Four Weddings and an Elvis" will debut Friday at The Five Star Dinner Theatre, 701 Central Ave. Included in the play's cast is Alicia Mason, shown here portraying her character Fiona.

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Blues Jam

Local guitar virtuoso Randy Kaylor will be this week's special guest at the Humpnight Blues Jam from 8-11 p.m. Wednesday at The Ohio Club, 336 Central Ave.

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Wednesday Night Poetry features Ozark poet

Ozark poet Ruth Weinstein will be this week's feature for Wednesday Night Poetry at Kollective Coffee+Tea, 110 Central Ave. The regular open mic session for all poets will begin at 6:30 p.m., followed by Weinstein's performance at 7 p.m. and another open mic session. Admission is free and open to all ages.

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